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A police decision to end a gathering of striking miners at Marikana was taken before the fatal shooting on August 16, the Farlam Commission heard.
Alfred Spele secured a senior job at a North West municipality despite alleged discrepancies in information on his CV.
A man has been arrested for allegedly raping and intimidating a girl, 12, in Zeerust, North West police said.
Two police officers were granted bail after they appeared in the Stilfontein Magistrate's Court for alleged illegal possession of copper cables.
Most parties involved in the Farlam Commission of Inquiry support a call for its hearings to be moved from Rustenburg to Pretoria.
Lawyers at the hearings into the Marikana unrest are worried that the proceedings will drag on until 2014, the Farlam Commission heard.
Police are reviewing several operational aspects following the Marikana wage-related unrest last year that left 44 people dead, the Farlam Commission heard.
Police had not anticipated the communications difficulties they faced during the Marikana unrest, the Farlam Commission heard.
The State has brought an application to reopen its case in the trial of the so-called “Modimolle Monster”, Johan Kotze.
Senior police officers were not at the scene where 34 striking mineworkers were shot dead in Marikana, the Farlam Commission heard.
Police had not anticipated making as many arrests as they did during the Marikana unrest, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard.
Assertions that Johan Kotze was not accountable for his actions were contradicted by a clinical psychologist.
A policeman handling a water cannon at Marikana forgot to switch on the camera in the vehicle, resulting in a gap in the footage, the Farlam Commission heard.
Ina Bonnette was the “narcissistic supply” to “Modimolle monster” Johan Kotze, the High Court in Pretoria heard.
Police radio communication in Marikana could have been compromised by a robbery before 34 striking miners were shot dead, the Farlam Commission heard.
A police informant was killed in Marikana, North West, amid the wage-related unrest last year, the Farlam Commission heard.
Police numbers in Marikana had been declining in the week that 34 striking mineworkers were shot dead, the Farlam Commission heard.
The death of a handler has put a spotlight on the elephant-back safari industry that sell rides on tame beasts.
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